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Topics to be Discussed Contact Information………………3 Current Courses Offered………….4 Program Goal……………………...5 FFA Officers…………………..……6 SAEs………………………………...7.

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2 Topics to be Discussed Contact Information………………3 Current Courses Offered………….4 Program Goal……………………...5 FFA Officers…………………..……6 SAEs………………………………...7 FFA Information……………………9 Official Dress………………………10 Competitions………………………12 Important Dates…………………...15 Benefits…………………………….16 Potential Costs……………………..17

3 Contact Information Mr. Spenser T. Adams Phone # School: (972) Cell: (903) My conference periods are 4A and 5 th period. If you would like to set up a meeting please feel free to call or drop by. FFA Class SAE

4 Principles of Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources Year Equine Science 1 st Semester Livestock Production 2 nd Semester Wildlife, Fisheries, and Ecology Management Year Veterinary Medical Applications Year Advanced Animal Science Year

5 Our Goal Make it Legacy Worthy!!

6 FFA Officers President- Delanee Clark Vice President- Cooper Mackey Secretary- Asish Mathew Treasurer- Taryn Tutle Reporter- Tyler Gooch Sentinel- Lindsey Quiroz Parliamentarian- Malorie Layton Historian- Abraham Vohra

7 Supervised Agricultural Experience SAE: Learning by Doing - A Supervised Agricultural Experience program (SAE) is a key component of agricultural education. While working on an SAE project, students learn to apply the concepts and principles taught in their agriculture classes to real-world problems and scenarios. A student selects an SAE project based on his or her interest in at least 1 of 7 areas.

8 SAE Continued Exploratory - Learn about the big picture of agriculture and its many related careers. Research/Experimentation and Analysis - Conduct research and analyze information to discover new knowledge. Entrepreneurship - Plan and operate an agriculture-related business. Placement - Work for a business or individual, either for pay or for the experience. Improvement - Mostly designed improvement, development, upgrade, refinement, enhancement, or renovation of a situation. Communication - Related but not limited to journalistic interests. Directed School Laboratory - SAE where the learning takes place in the facilities

9 FFA Information Mission The National FFA Organization is dedicated to making a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education. Motto Learning to do Doing to learn Earning to live Living to serve Colors National Blue Corn Gold

10 Official Dress Official Dress MUST be worn at all official FFA events, at all times, unless other instructions are given by teacher, and teacher only! Female Official Dress Black skirt - Skirt is to be at least knee length, hemmed evenly across the bottom, with a slit no longer than 2 inches above the knee, excluding the kick pleat White collared blouse & Official FFA blue scarf Black dress shoes with a closed heel and toe (no boots, sandals, open-toed shoes, tennis shoes) Black nylon hosiery Official FFA jacket zipped to the top.

11 Official Dress Continued Male Official Dress Black dress pants (no jeans - blue or black, leather, pleather, etc.) White dress shirt & Official FFA tie Black dress shoes with a closed heel and toe. (no boots, sandals, open-toed shoes, tennis shoes, ) Black socks Official FFA jacket zipped to the top

12 Leadership Development Events Creed Speaking 1 person, Recite the FFA Creed from memory and answer two related questions Radio 3 people, Perform a radio broadcast, as if the broadcast was part of an ongoing weekly radio show Skills Demonstration 3-5 people, Demonstrate a skill that can be learned in an any one of the agricultural education classrooms Chapter Conducting 8 people, Parliamentary procedure, hold a mock meeting and apply proper parliamentary procedure to scenario given Public Relations Publicize Texas FFA to selected audience and answer questions about the presentation FFA Quiz 4 people, Take a test over FFA knowledge, the information comes from the FFA Handbook, and Gray’s parliamentary guide Job Interview 1 person, Develop a resume, apply for a job, and participate in a mock interview

13 Career Development Events Livestock Evaluation Evaluate cattle, swine, sheep, and goats according to market standards Wildlife Identify plant species, proper habitat management practices, safety procedure, game laws, as well as compass and pacing skills Cotton Evaluation Ag Communications Vet Science

14 Public Speaking Events Extemporaneous Speaking 3-5 minute speech, topic given to you at competition Prepared Public Speaking Sr. 6-8min. Jr. 4-6min. speech, topic of your choice, memorized before competition

15 Important Dates September 15 th –Greenhand Camp September 28 th –FFA Feeds the Faculty November 9 th –Livestock Show Entries Due November 12 th –Donkey Basketball February 8 th – National Scholarship Deadline February 17 th -23 rd – National FFA Week February 22 nd –State Scholarship Deadline April 25 th –State Awards & Degrees Deadline May 9 th –Chapter Banquet

16 Benefits Scholarships Degrees Proficiency Awards Chapter Awards

17 Potential Costs ItemMales/FemalesCost FFA JacketBoth$52 FFA TieMales$12.50 FFA ScarfFemales$10.50 White Shirt/BlouseBoth$20+ Black SlacksMales$20+ Black SkirtFemales$20+ Black ShoesBoth$25+ Black Socks/HosieryBoth$8 FFA DuesBoth$25 Other???


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